20 April 2014

THE ART OF THE EASTER EGG

Last month I was rearranging my storage room and out rolled about two dozen cardboard eggs, leftover from I don't even know what. I took it as a sign to put together an EGG ART piece for Brightest Young Things; featuring a dozen eggs by eight different DC artists (and with AMAZING GIFS by photographer Jeff Martin), everyone truly outdid themselves and I couldn't be happier with the final spread. Head to BrightestYoungThings.com to check it out, and HAPPY EASTER TO YOU!

from top, eggs by Morgan H. West (hi!), Gabby Cherney, and Elizabeth Graeber.
all photos by Jeff Martin

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18 April 2014

THIS HAPPENED/THIS WEEK

one. I'm THRILLED to be taking part in/providing an installation for next month's Kinfolk dinner, L'Esprit de Mer, on May 17th! Hosted by Rebecca Gallop of A Daily Something and featuring an amazing lineup of local partners, I have a strong feeling that it's going to be pure magic. Tickets here; above: INSPIRATION.

two. So into this shirt. And this one too.

THREE. Have you seen the Pharell + Oprah video? ALL THE GOOD VIBES.

images: Carissa Gallo, via Kinfolk; Koen Lybaert, via.

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17 April 2014

OFF CAMERA: THE LAST FEW WEEKS, VIA IPHONE

this handmade, ceramic ring (from Redeem) has been a permanent situation

Thai Basil Jalapeños + goat cheese: new favorite combo – head here for a recipe

kitchen progress! we're going with an ICY WHITE

LADDER + HUSBAND, during an install at our friend Raul's

ZOO TRIPPIN
I dropped my old phone in the dog's water bowl; on the upside, I'm loving the camera on the 5s.

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16 April 2014

KITCHEN SINK NO. 21

Kitchen Sink No. 21
Food52, NYC
photo by James Ransom

Food52 is a daily read (and a several-times-daily Instagram check-in), so I was especially excited when they sent along the 21st entry in the Kitchen Sink Series. Shot in 2012, it illustrated an inter-office email detailing their definitive way of washing dishes. So TAKE NOTE.

for a tour of Food52's current (out of this world) Test Kitchen, click here
and here for their (amazingly curated) Provisions collection.
related: I'm OBSESSING over this.


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